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Governor Malloy Town Hall Meeting New Haven 3/23

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Governor Malloy Town Hall Meeting New Haven 3/23

Time: March 23, 2011 from 7pm to 8pm
Location: Wilbur Cross H.S. Auditorium
Street: 181 Mitchell Dr.
City/Town: New Haven
Event Type: town, hall, meeting
Organized By: Office of the Governor
Latest Activity: Mar 21, 2011

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Governor Malloy is holding a series of Town Hall Meetings across Connecticut. This is a good forum for the public to bring issues on the budget, state programs and agencies and legislative matters to his attention.

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08zip6o04exz5 Comment by 08zip6o04exz5 on March 19, 2011 at 7:35pm
Prior to the Malloy Town Hall Meeting, also at Wilbur Cross High School, in the library, the City of New Haven Peace Commission presents its annual hearing on the impact of military spending on New Haven, with guest presenter Chris Hellman of National Priorities Project.  5:30 pm.  Come early and attend both events.
Comment by Jaime Myers-McPhail on March 19, 2011 at 7:01pm

NOTICE: Due to the large turnout expected, the Governor's people have changed the location to: Wilbur Cross H.S. Auditorium, 181 Mitchell Dr. 

 

Please join us in urging the Governor to support SustiNet -a plan for health care for all with a viable public option in CT. 

 

Contact Jaime for more info or to RSVP: jaime@ctneweconomy.org, 203.710.1084

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